This is an enhanced chapter-enabled AAC file for iTunes and iPods.Previously Ms. Bishoff was Vice President for Digital Collection Services at OCLC, and former Executive Director of the Colorado Digitization Program. Liz has worked with libraries and museums in many states on various aspects of their collaborative digitization initiatives. Part one: Liz discusses assumptions about grants and libraries Part two: Federal Funding Information Part three: Liz concludes her discussion and answers... Topics: higher education, information science, federal funding, libraries
The ASU Library Channel presents a workshop on the academic publishing process presented by Dr. David Lamond, an Academic Adviser for Emerald Group Publishing Ltd. and editor of their Journal of Management History. David provides information and advice helpful to faculty, graduate students and academic professionals attempting to publish articles in academic journals. Topics include online usage and dissemination of published works, tips for publishing success, the editorial value chain and... Topics: ASU, libraries, publishing, research, scholarly communication, higher education
Fred McIvain talks with Librarian Jeanne Davidson who joined the ASU Libraries as Head of the Noble Science and Engineering Library in June 2007. They discuss the expanding services, collaborations and new approaches Jeanne has helped establish. Topics: library, innovations, Higher Education, librarian, science, podcast
In order to create and refine library services and resources to support the faculty of the New American University, it is imperative that we in the libraries have a clear understanding of their research process. In part two Dr. Keith Kintigh the associate director of the School of Human Evolution and Social Change show the evolution and history intellectual threads and activities of his work that have gotten including archaeological fieldwork, southwest biocomplexity, the development of... Topics: Research, library, Library innovations, ASU, Higher Education, Digital Repositories, podcast,...
The Library Channel starts off 2008 with a new edition to our series Faculty and Librarians Team-up for Student Success. We are joined by Librarian Leslee Shell from the Fletcher Library on the ASU West campus and Ken Sweat from the Integrated Natural Sciences Department at the West campus. Ken and Leslee joined forces to get students past the heady language associated with scientific literature and into the vast resources available to them. Leslee was also looking at bringing library... Topics: library, innovations, Higher Education, Faculty Team-Up, biology, podcast Source: Audio WAV file
In order to create and refine library services and resources to support the faculty of the New American University, it is imperative that we in the libraries have a clear understanding of their research process. In part oneDr. Jane Maienschein discusses The Embryo Project and its partnership with the ASU Knowledge Network. Dr. Jane Maienschein, Regentsâ Professor, Presidentâs Professor, and Parents Association Professor, serves as the director of the Center for Biology and Society in the... Topics: Research, library, Library innovations, ASU, Higher Education, Digital Repositories, podcast, embryo